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dec 20th 2013


Went to Anchorman 2 yesterday. Was kind of disappointed. Didn't love it. When I first saw the orginal, I found it amusing and it became even funnier upon additional viewings. However, most of this one I found only sporadically funny except for the last 10 minutes or so which upped the ante on my favoirte scene from the orginal movie. The most disappointing thing about this one was Brick, the dim-witted weatherman played by Steve Carrell. He was my one of my favorite parts of the first movie and this time I found him mainly annoying. Instead of funny lines, they just had him making irritating sounds. Was it just me? Let me know if you disagree. -Rick-
posted by: Rick And Len at 11:33 am Comment On This Post

dec 13th 2013

We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week… Ryan Walloch  and Stephen Schnabel of Sheboygan who were both cited for OWI late last Thursday night after one of the drivers rear-ended the other, who was stopped at the blinking red light and both were found to be intoxicated. Or should I say….We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week… OFFICER Ryan Walloch  and OFFICER Stephen Schnabel of the Sheboygan police department who were both cited for OWI late last Thursday night after one of the two off duty police officers rear-ended the other, who was stopped at the blinking red light and both were found to be intoxicated. According to the arrest log, Walloch’s preliminary blood alcohol content was 0.10 and Schnabel’s was an impressive 0.23.

For being members of the Sheboygan police department…but acting more like they’re the Sheboygan mayor.

For slamming into each other so hard they damn near knocked the donuts out of each other’s mouths.

And for one cop allegedly rear-ending another which is verboten on the streets of Sheboygan and yet, oddly, encouraged backstage after Village People concerts. 

We are proud to name Sheboygan police officers Ryan Walloch  and Stephen Schnabel as this week’s Rick and Len Show…Weenies of the Week.


posted by: Rick And Len at 10:44 am Comment On This Post

dec 9th 2013

(Giant corn on cob pictured NOT the actual stolen giant cob of corn!)

December 3rd Town of Stockton
A who called the sheriff's department told deputies that a 20-foot tall corn on the cob and trailer were stolen from his residence. Thankfully, the 20-foot tall corn on the cob and trailer later were recovered.

November 29th City of Oak Creek
A resident of an apartment complex called police to report there was the smell of "burning flesh" coming from somewhere in her building. An officer dispatched to the building and reported that he detected the smells of fresh baked bread, taco seasoning, pumpkin pie, ham seasoned with brown sugar and cloves, several Asian spices and various candle scents. However, the officer did not detect any smell of burning flesh.

November 19th Town of Menasha
Officers were sent to a residence on Bel Air Court after receiving five 911 calls from an intoxicated female who wanted to report that her son had taken the car keys, presumably because she was too drunk to drive. The dispatchers told the 52-year-old woman she should call the non-emergency number in the future. After she made several more 911 calls after that, the woman was cited for disorder conduct.

November 27th City of Fond du Lac
An officer was following a vehicle near the intersection of Hickory and Arndt Streets when he noticed its loud exhaust. During a traffic stop, the officer smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. Inside were two women with red, watery eyes and two young children. While speaking with the passenger, the officer noticed a bulge in her shirt. When the officer asked her if the bulge was hidden contraband, the woman grabbed her bra and exposed her breasts to the officer, proving the bulge was just boobs and not drugs.

December 1st City of Waukesha
Police were called to Family Dollar about a customer that had been in the store for the last four hours staring at a blank computer screen. The man told officers he was using the computer in an effort to apply for a job. He said it was taking him so long because of “spiritual issues” he is dealing with. A clerk told police the man also tried climbing up on one of the store’s coolers.

December 4th City of Shawano
A girl called 911 to report a girl on Prairie Street would not give her her blanket back. The girl told the dispatcher that her father had suggested she call 911 about the blanket. The dispatcher informed the girl that her blanket problem did not constitute an emergency.

December 3rd City of Manitowoc
Police arrested a 17-year-old high school student in connection with a series of graffiti incidents. The boy admitted to the graffiti and told police he went out on a spray-painting spree to calm himself down because was frustrated with his multiplication problems.

December 1st City of Marshfield
Officers responded to a report of a person screaming inside an apartment. When police arrived, the man residing at the address refused to open the door. Based on the circumstances of the screams, the officer forced entry into the apartment. It was determined the man was alone and was screaming at himself.

December 3rd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police to report another woman came after her with a flag.
posted by: Rick And Len at 10:39 am Comment On This Post

dec 6th 2013


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week… “The Friends of Scott Walker” who on Black Friday sent out a fund raising letter that encouraged people to donate money to the Governor’s reelection campaign instead of spending it on toys and electronics for the kids this Christmas. The letter read:

“Instead of electronics or toys that will undoubtedly be outdated, broken, or lost by the next Holiday Season, help give your children the gift of a Wisconsin that we can all be proud of.”

Here, here!

So,

For potentially disappointing more children than the company that promotes giving raisins for Halloween.

For working to reelect a governor who claims to be a friend of business, but I guess that’s only if your business isn’t Toys R Us or Best Buy.

For making the Governor seem less gubernatorial and more Grinch-a-torial.  

For using the word “Holiday” making me wonder just what side the governor is on in the “War on Christmas”.

We are proud to name “The Friends of Scott Walker” as this week’s Rick and Len Show….Weenies of the Week.
posted by: Rick And Len at 11:23 am Comment On This Post

dec 6th 2013

On Black Friday, the "Friends of Scott Walker" sent out this fund raising letter encouraging people to donate to the governor's reelection campaign rather than waste money on toys and electronics for the kids this Christmas. Some people think this idea stink, stank, stunk. For those people, here's....

THE SCOTT WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS


Every Sconnie who lived in Wisconsin liked Christmas a lot.
But the Scott who lived in Madtown…simply did not.

The Scott hated Christmas. The whole Christmas season.
Now please don’t ask why. No one quite knows the reason.

It could be that his head wasn’t screwed on quite right.
It could be, perhaps, that his shoes were too tight.

But I think that the most likely reason of all at long lost.
May have been that the Scott’s…eyes were too crossed.

You see, on Black Friday, a message was sent to the whole Sconnie nation.
Soliciting from them, a monetary donation.

Instead of buying your Sconnie children toys and what not.
This Christmas give them the gift, of four more years of Scott.

"Instead of venturing into the cold this Black Friday" it read.
"Stay in and give your children the gift that will keep giving", instead.

"Electronics or toys will be outdated, broken, or lost by the next year" was his reason.
Instead give your children the gift of a Wisconsin that we can all be proud of” this season.

Imagine little Bonnie Sconnie and her tiny bro Johnny.
Waking up on Christmas morning, expecting a present Tsunami.

And instead they are greeted by their parents with their eyes all aglow.
“No toys from Santa this year. We gave The Scott all our dough”.

In a flash the Sconnie kids dreams of games, dolls and toy cars.
Replaced with the promise of a brighter Wisconsin future…and of course the deep psychological scars.

While way back in Madtown, The Scott is counting his money like crazy.
Because the Scott is as hard working, as the Scott’s left eye is lazy.

And they say that The Scott’s election coffers grew three sizes that day.
Much to all the Sconnie children’s dismay.

Still the Sconnie children will have cause for celebration.
Cuz maybe they’ll receive a photo of The Scott as a thanks for the donation.

And from that the Sconnie children all can take heart.
They can ask Santa, next year, for a nice set of darts.



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